Young's operation


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Young's operation

Etymology: Hugh Young
1 the surgical construction of a new urethra to repair a structural defect of the penis.
2 perineal prostatectomy.
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The importance of sustainable fisheries is a key issue underpinning the Young's operation and the company has long been a strong supporter of responsible fishing practices, particularly core initiatives such as the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC)'s work to accredit sustainable fisheries.
Young's Bluecrest was created from the merger of the seafood arm of Booker with the Young's operation from United Biscuits and was sold by LGV for 137m [pounds sterling], three times its original investment.
The graded side of Young's operation may provide the bread and butter to the jam of the open scene, but its importance is not overlooked by Young.
The change in ownership is expected to add 70 employees from Abood Wood-Fay Real Estate Group's Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach offices to Avison Young's operations in South Florida.
The change in ownership will add 53 employees to Avison Young's operations.
The virtual abandoning of the Cardiff operation was seen as even more embarrassing because Mark Molyneux, the managing partner responsible for Ernst and Young's operations in the UK, originally set the Cardiff office up himself.
Initially, six of these part-time guards were scheduled daily for the last two weeks of the de Young's operations.
In today's market, best-of-class technologies are essential to monitor and control the planning, design and construction processes and to help ensure clients receive what they purchase on time and within budget," said John Heffron, National Director of Ernst & Young's Operations and Construction Advisory Services.
The change in ownership adds five new employees to Avison Young's operations in Sacramento.
Wu, chairman of Ernst & Young's operations in China, will serve as chairman of the new firm.
The acquisition added 60 employees to Avison Young's operations, with Linderman joining as a Principal and Managing Director of the Raleigh-Durham offices.
The change in ownership will add 61 employees to Avison Young's operations (including eight new Principals), and new offices in Raleigh and Chapel Hill, NC.